454: Youth Leadership & Whole Self To Work – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week: 

Youth Leadership
Our panel of youths and a program coordinator explains how to engage young people in organizational decision making, using technology development as the vehicle. They’re Sarah Hoang from Park Youth Collaborative; Lucky Lim with NatureBridge Marin Headlands; and Lalee Simeso at Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy. (Recorded at 19NTC.)

Whole Self To Work
What does it mean for marginalized folks to bring their whole selves to work? Why does it matter for your org when people of color feel they can’t be fully themselves in your office? Our panel answers these and offers subtle but powerful strategies to dismantle barriers. They’re Raj Aggarwal and Vanice Dunn, both from Provoc. (Also from 19NTC.)

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440: Small Dollar Donor Power & Donor Retention – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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This week 

Small Dollar Donor Power
Small dollar donors are shifting the digital fundraising landscape. Our panel reveals basic principles of running a sustainable program online. They’re Sara Kerrigan from ActBlue and Carrie Mann with Friends of the Earth. (Recorded at 19NTC)

Donor Retention
Now that you’ve got new donors, learn how to keep them with you: Avoid retention pitfalls, leverage technology and track the right metrics. Our teachers are Laura Cole and Paul Habig, both from Sanky Communications. (Also recorded at 19NTC)

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424: Successful Run/Walks & #19NTC – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Successful Run/Walks
Emily Parks melds her productivity consulting with her experience in run/walks to give you her best tips that will make your sporting events winners. She’s founder of Organize for Success.

#19NTC
The 2019 Nonprofit Technology Conference is March 13-15 in Portland, OR. Amy Sample Ward, our social media & technology contributor, CEO of NTEN and a Portlander, shares why you need to be there. Hint: You’re reading this. You use technology.

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381: Date Your Donors – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Jonah Halper, author of the book “Date Your Donors” and founder and partner at Altruicity consulting. 

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355: Fiscal What? – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

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Gene Takagi, our legal contributor and principal of NEO, the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations Law Group, and Andrew Schulman, principal of Schulman Consulting.

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354: Raising Risk & Avoid Social Weariness – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

tony_martignetti_300x300-itunes_image2Tony’s guests this week:

Maya Winkelstein, executive director of Open Road Alliance & John Hicks, principal of DLBHicks, LLC. 

Also, Amy Sample Ward, our social media contributor and CEO of Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN). 

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287: Secrets of Google Analytics & What’s Permissible Advocacy – Tony Martignetti Nonprofit Radio

tony_martignetti_300x300-itunes_image2Tony’s guests this week:

Devon Smith, co-founder of Measure Creative & Julia Robinson, manager of communications at Business for Social Responsibility. 

Also, Gene Takagi, our legal contributor and principal of the Nonprofit & Exempt Organizations Law Group.

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